COVID19 as of April 6, 2020

We are not able to test for the Coronavirus at this time and it’s likely that testing will continue to be extremely limited. If you are experiencing severe or life threatening please contact emergency services (911 or your local ER)-

Emergency warning signs include :

• Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
• New confusion or inability to arouse.
• Persistent pain or pressure in the chest.
• Bluish lips or face.

This list is not all inclusive.

Our office is currently open and we are trying to keep to primarily telehealth (phone appointments) for routine and sick visits. This is for the safety of our patient base as well as the staff and the in office visits when necessary are spaced as far apart as possible so that we can sanitize the rooms. We plan to remain open as the situation allows and will make updates as necessary on this website as well as our facebook account for any closings.

We are also trying to keep as up to date as possible with information about the virus, how it spreads, what steps the public should be taking, and treatment recommendations but new news is released constantly. To follow along with us on the CDC website and the Georgia Health Department, please see the following links:

Georgia Department of Health- Daily COVID19 Status Report Updates directly from our Health Department

CDC-Symptoms: The CDC also offers a "Self-checker" or a quick questionnaire to help you make decisions when it comes to exposure and testing for the Coronavirus.

CDC-If You Are Sick: Information on quarantine, disenfecting, and caring for yourself or others who may have Coronavirus.

City of Dunwoody: Coronavirus Information